Before using any weed management tools, growers need to identify which weeds they have and then consult their local university to determine if any of these weeds are resistant to any modes of action (MOAs).
Soil health is a long-term investment, and even modest improvements to areas of the soil microbiome can translate into benefits that directly influence your bottom line.
Focusing on soil health is a win-win situation that benefits both farmers and the environment. Healthier soils grow healthier, more resilient and nutritious crops, increasing profits for growers.
Growers need to use today’s technologies that measure water availability in the root zone, followed by drip/micro emitter applications to precisely deliver water to crops.
Wilbur-Ellis’ integrated teams of scouts, consultants and agronomy and water management experts help guide decision-making.